Well, September has come and (almost) gone.  Only 93 days until 2006. Only 86 days until Christmas. Only 62 days until I'm 31. Only 55 days until Thanksgiving. Only 39 more days until the WI .NET Users Group has it's official "Community Launch" (more on this over the next couple weeks). Only 38 more days until Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 are released. Only 14 more days until the fifth anniversary of my engagement to Kelly.  (I love you, Kelly!) Only 11 more d... [More]
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Sep 200520

Nerd Dinner Tonight

Sep 200519

karmaONE Postings

Hmmm. Are any of my 3 readers qualified for one these jobs posted on karmaONE?  If so, I'll split the referral money with you!  ;) President, Aerial Imaging Division, M7 Aerospace, Houston, TX -- $14,000 total referral reward CEO for Diversified Aerospace Firm, M7 Aerospace, San Antonio, TX  -- $16,000 total referral reward Actually, it's good to see jobs on there that are outside of the Bay Area.  Recently I've seen a few in TX and NY, as well as a coupl... [More]
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Sep 200516

Firefox Security

Have you seen this article?  So as this type of thing becomes more of a trend, are people finally going to realize that Firefox is only as secure as it is because its security flaws have yet to be exploited? Now, I don't have a single problem with Firefox or people that use it.  I even occasionally use it myself.  But security by (or because of) obscurity isn't really security at all, now, is it?
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Sep 200509

John Mitchell

In case you missed it, John Mitchell started blogging recently.  John is a recent transplant to WI.  He is on the Executive Committee of the WI .NET Users Group and on the core team for DotNetNuke. It's about time!  ;)
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Sep 200507

Weird Cookie Issue

At work, I'm working on a web app that allows both "users" and "admins" to login.  I'm using ASP.NET's (1.1) built-in support for the "Remember Me" cookie.  Until now, I've been working pretty exclusively on functionality for one or the other (user or admin), so, to save time, I would log in and check the box. Now, I find myself needing to switch between user screens and admin screens as I test my code.  So I figured I'd use Firefox to test admin changes and I... [More]
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